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polarized our nation and threatened our ability to address serious problems. that, they say, is a change. >> by and large, it is really becoming harder and harder to govern as a result of the extraordinary -- of the legislative process in this country, and especially in washington. >> analysts point to a series of reasons. the rise of cable tv and talk radio with an ideological slant. the permanent campaigns. all of that have had an impact. >> how often do john boehner and nancy losey talk> -- nancy pelosi talk? i suspect not for much. we talk all the time. >> in the first term, we would advocate for the exact pieces of legislation that republicans have offered. they would quietly say to me, it is politics. >> if i were going to make suggestions to the leaders -- find a way to have more communication. it would make a huge difference. >> in the country outside of washington, there is a real contingent to move forward on a host of issues. >> can anything be done about it? let's hope so. >> senator daschle, let's start with you. we heard that there was a red phone on your desk and on his de
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